ALTAMIRANO TO IXTAPA
In early March of `07, my friend Paul Simon, and I, drove Taxco to Zihuatanejo.
From Iguala we drove straight North to Hwy 134, then West to Carretera 200.
This last section of our circular trip had the worst sections of road, but they were still pretty good.
A lot of the last stretch was under construction with rock scaling and repaving taking place.
All in all we found the highways in excellent condition and all of the corners were better engineered than those in British Columbia.
LEAVING ALTAMIRANO - ZIHUATANEJO 230 KM.
COYUCA DE CATALAN
FALLING ROCK HAS PITTED THE PAVEMENT
MUCH LIKE THE SEA TO SKY HWY. NORTH OF VANCOUVER
"I'VE LOOKED AT CLOUDS FROM BOTH SIDES NOW."
OK, SO I'M NOT MARY ANN FAITHFUL
LOTS OF LOGS
WHERE'S THE SAWMILL
NOW, WHERE'S THE SIGN THAT SAYS WATCH FOR FALLING ROCK
NEED ONE ON EVERY CORNER, ALONG HERE
IF YOU LOOK CLOSE, YOU CAN SEE THE ROAD ON THE FAR SIDE OF THE VALLEY
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